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With Esme Hamilton tying for ninth place among the players in the Magnolia Invitational women's golf tournament in West Point, Mississippi, the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga finished fifth at 893 out of 11 teams. The Mocs shot 298 and 300 in Monday's two rounds. The last round was moved up from today because of the weather forecast. LSU won with an 8-under-par 856, and host Mississippi State, Auburn and Tennessee were second through fourth at 860, 864 and 866. Hamilton shot 2-over 218 for the Mocs, while Rheagan Hall and Kirsty Beckwith tied for 25th at 224 and Maddy McDanel totaled 227.

* The Dalton State men's golfers rallied Sunday to win the Bojangles Tennessee Intercollegiate at The Links at Kahite in Vonore by nine strokes at 886. The Roadrunners won the tournament hosted by Tennessee Wesleyan the last three years at Tennessee National at Loudon. They are ranked seventh in the NAIA, and No. 24 Reinhardt was second Sunday at 895 with No. 9 Southeastern third at 898, TWU fourth at 904 and No. 17 Cumberland fifth at 908. DSC's Ben Rebne was the medalist by three strokes with a 5-under 211 (69-74-68), and teammates Matthew Cleary and Sport Allmond were second and fifth at 214 and 219. TWU's John Houk was fourth at 218 with Simon Nagy and Jeovani Veloz tied for 11th and 14th at 226 and 227.

 

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